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Playa Blanca - Corralejo Ferry Operators

    • 6 Sailings Daily 35 min
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    • 7 Sailings Daily 45 min
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Playa Blanca Corralejo Ferry reviews

  • "Trip from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura"

    The trip was really great. Nothing to complain about. Regarding the catering, I'm not able to give a rating, since I did't use it.

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  • "Very good."

    I enjoyed the trip on the ferry. Because it did not have cars and lorry on it was soon off and was nice clean and comfy.

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  • "Positive experience"

    Staff very attentive and helpful Booking process quite easy Comfortable journey, plenty of seating Sailing and arriving as per schedule Reasonable cost Will use service in the future

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  • "Excellent "

    Last minute booking easily made online Check in at dock quick and easy loading was quick Crossing was excellent and on time Would recomend fred Olsen ferries

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Playa Blanca Guide

The town of Playa Blanca ("White Beach") is located on the Spanish island of Lanzarote, which is one of the Canary Islands. It is the most southerly town on the island and is roughly 45 km from the island's airport. Playa Blanca has grown from a small fishing village to become Lanzarote's second most popular tourist destination. It stretches from just to the west of Papagayo beaches at Las Coloradas as far as Faro Park and the Faro de Pechiguera Lighthouse, with a coastal promenade. Apart from the centre of town, the resort is low density, comprising mostly of bungalow and villa developments, along with a few large luxury hotels.

The area around the town is a large 9 km wide bay which is broken up into three smaller bays. From east to west these bays are Playa Dorada, Playa Blanca and Playa Flamingo. The bays around Playa Blanca provide shelter which makes them perfect for swimming and relaxing on.

Ferry services operating from the town's small port depart to Fuerteventura, with a number of sailings each day.


Corralejo Guide

Corralejo is a town and resort that is located on the Spanish island of Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands. The town is around 3 sq. km in area which makes it the largest holiday resort on the island, and is situated on the northern tip of Fuerteventura, facing the small islet of Lobos. Popular with holiday makers is the town's long promenade that follows the shoreline, and has many bars, cafes and restaurants for tourists to enjoy. Although there are modern additions to the town it has managed to retain some of its small fishing village atmosphere. The town has around 11km of beaches for visitors to enjoy all of which have crystal clear waters in which to swim.

Corralejo Harbour has two ferry ports, a marina and various excursion options with glass bottom boats, deep sea fishing and jet ski hire. There are the two ferry ticket offices and a cafeteria. From the port there is a regular ferry service to Lanzarote.